MORESCO-1 takes safety seriously, and this March, it is one with the nation in observing Fire Prevention Month.
The theme for this year’s observance is “Sa Pag-iwas sa Sunog, Hindi Ka Nag-iisa” (You are not alone in preventing fires), which emphasizes the importance of collective effort in preventing fires and ensuring the safety of employees and the community they serve.
Last Wednesday, March 1, the Bureau of Fire Protection, together with MORESCO-1 and other local government agencies, held a motorcade around the municipality of Laguindingan to celebrate Fire Prevention Month and spread awareness in the community.
As partners of the community, let us remember that fire prevention is everyone’s responsibility. By taking steps to raise awareness and educate others, you can help prevent fires and keep your community safe.
As an electric cooperative committed to safety, MORESCO-1 is actively participating in Fire Prevention Month by strengthening its year-round campaign for fire prevention and protection. Through various initiatives and programs, MORESCO-1 is working to educate its employees and the public on fire safety and prevention, promote responsible behavior and encourage everyone to be prepared in case of a fire emergency.
The observance of Fire Prevention Month is based on Presidential Proclamation No. 115-A, which designates March as a time to raise awareness and promote fire safety throughout the country. MORESCO-1 recognizes that fire prevention is a shared responsibility and encourages everyone to take simple precautions and practice fire safety at all times.
With a commitment to safety and participation in important advocacies like Fire Prevention Month, MORESCO-1 is making a difference in ensuring the safety of its employees and the people in its surrounding communities.
“As we observe Fire Prevention Month, let us all take work together to prevent fires and keep our communities safe.”